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100 Words Every Scrabble Player Must Know About

Playing scrabble can be a hobby for some people. Every year many scrabble tournament is being held in many countries where scrabble lovers compete with each other to become champion and then eventually they receive an award for winning the tournament. If you are scrabbling enthusiast and you don’t know highest scoring words, don’t worry, in this article I go through 100 words every Scrabble player must know about to boost the score and will any game of scrabble.

100 Words Every Scrabble Player Must Know
100 Words Every Scrabble Player Must Know

100 Words Every Scrabble Player Must Know About

  1. Ache (to feel a continuous dull pain)
  2. Acquit (to perform or behave well, badly, etc.)
  3. Avoid (to prevent something bad from happening)
  4. Away (to or at a distance from somebody/something in space or time)
  5. Babe (A word used to address a young woman, or your wife)
  6. Bake (to cook food in an oven without extra fat or liquid to be cooked in this way)
  7. Brief (lasting only a short time/ short)
  8. Calf (the back part of the leg between the ankle and the knee)
  9. Check (to examine something to see if it is correct, safe or acceptable)
  10. Chief (most important)
  11. Chew (an act of chewing something, a type of sweet/candy that you chew)
  12. Decay (the process or result of being destroyed by natural causes or by not being card for)
  13. Disc (a thin flat round object)
  14. Dive (to jump into water with your head and arms going in first)
  15. Dizzy (feeling as if everything is spinning around you and that you are not able to balance)
  16. Edit (an act of making changes to text or data)
  17. Elbow (the point between the upper and lower parts of the arm where it bends in the middle)
  18. Envy (to wish you had same qualities, passions, opportunities, etc. as somebody else)
  19. Ex (a person’s former wife, husband or partner)
  20. Fake (not genuine; appearing to be something it is not)
  21. Flag (A piece of cloth with a special colored design on it that may be symbol of a particular county)
  22. Fog (A thick cloud of very small drops of water in the air close to the land or sea)
  23. Fury (extreme anger that often includes violent behavior)
  24. Glow (especially of something hot or warm)
  25. Grab (to take hold somebody/something with your hand suddenly, firmly or roughly)
  26. Guy (A man or a big/nice/tough guy)
  27. Gum (either of the firm areas of flesh in the mouth to which the teeth are attached)
  28. Hazy (not clear because of haze)
  29. Haze (air containing something that makes it difficult to see through it)
  30. Hip (the area that side of the body between the top the leg and the waist; the joint at the top of the leg)
  31. Holy (connect with God or a particular religion)
  32. Index (a list of names or topics that referred to in a book etc.)
  33. Invest (to buy property, shares in a company, etc. in the hope of making a profit)
  34. Inmate (one of the people living in an institution such as prions or a hospital)
  35. Jaw (either of the two bones at the bottom of the face that contains the teeth and moves when you talk or eat)
  36. Jewel (such as diamond, ruby, etc.)
  37. Jumbo (a large plane that can carry several hundred passengers, especially a Boeing 747)
  38. Jury (a group of members of the public who listen to the facts of a cause in a court and decide whether or not somebody is guilty of a crime)
  39. Knit (to make clothes etc. from wool or cotton thread using two long thin knitting needles or machine)
  40. Knob (around switch on a machine such as a television that you use to turn it on and off etc.)
  41. Kaval (a type of black made-up used by S Asian women, this is put around the edge of the eyes to make them look more attractive)
  42. Kebab (small pieces of meat and vegetables cooked on a wooden or metal stick)
  43. Lack (the state of not having something or not having enough of something)
  44. Lazy (unwilling to work or be active; doing as little as possible)
  45. Lid (a cover over a container that can be removed or opened by turning it or lifting it)
  46. Load (something that is being carried; usually in large amounts by a personal vehicle or etc.)
  47. Loaf (an amount of bread that has been shaped and baked in one piece)
  48. Lump (A piece of something hard or solid, usually without a particular shape)
  49. Major (very large or important)
  50. Mercy (a kind of forgiving attitude towards somebody that you have the power to harm or right to punish)
  51. Mild (no severe or strong)
  52. Mix (if two or more substances mix or you mix them, they combine)
  53. Navy (the part of a country’s armed forces that fights at sea, and the ships that it uses)
  54. Nude (of a human figure in art, not wearing any clothes)
  55. Nub (the central or essential point of a situation problem etc.)
  56. Oath (a formal promise to do something or a formal statement that something is true)
  57. Obi (a wide piece of cloth worn around the waist of a Japanese kimono)
  58. Ogre (A cruel and frightening giant who eats people)
  59. Okra (the green seed cases of the okra plant, eaten as a vegetable)
  60. Patch (a small area of something, especially one which is different from the area around it)
  61. Paw (the foot of an animal that has claws or nails)
  62. Perk (to become or to make somebody become more cheerful or lively, especially after they have been ill/sick or sad)
  63. Phi (the 21st letter of Greek alphabet)
  64. Maha (very large or great)
  65. Meg (megabyte)
  66. Mogo (Magic power)
  67. Mop (to clean something with a mop)
  68. Nip (the act of giving somebody a small bit or pinch)
  69. Nix (to prevent something from happening by saying ‘no’ to it)
  70. Node (a place on stem of a plant from which a branch or leaf grows)
  71. Nude (a work of art consisting of a naked human figure; a naked human figure in art)
  72. Oaf (a stupid, unpleasant or awkward person, especially a man)
  73. Obi (a wide piece of cloth worn around the waist of Japanese kimono)
  74. Ochre (a type of red or yellow earth used in some paints and dyes)
  75. Oik (an offensive way of referring to a person that you consider rude or stupid)
  76. Pa (Father)
  77. Palm (the inner surface of the hand between the writs and the figures)
  78. Puke (to vomit)
  79. Pulp (to crush or beat something so that it becomes soft and wet)
  80. Qua (as something; in the role of something)
  81. Quack (when a duck quacks, it makes the noise that is typical ducks)
  82. Quail (a small brown bird, people use whose meat and eggs for food; the meat of this bird)
  83. Quim (a woman’s genitals)
  84. Rabi (the spring crop that is planted in September)
  85. Raft (a small boat made of rubber or plastic that is filled with air)
  86. Rink (ice rink)
  87. Sac (a part of a body of person, an animal or a plant, that is shaped like a bag)
  88. Sabzi (vegetables, especially when cooked)
  89. Shit (to empty solid waste matter from the bowels)
  90. Tab (to say that somebody is suitable for a particular job or role or describe them in a particular way)
  91. Trick (intended to trick somebody)
  92. Unary (involving only one member of a set at a time)
  93. Unban (to allow something that was banned before)
  94. Vac (a university vacation)
  95. Vape (to suck vapour from an electronic cigarette into your mouth and let it out again)
  96. Waxy (made of wax; looking or feeling like wax)
  97. Weep (to cry, usually because you are sad)
  98. Xerox (to make or copy of a letter, document, etc. by using Xerox or similar process)
  99. Yank (to pull something/somebody hard, quickly and suddenly)
  100. Zing (to move or to make something move very quickly, often with a high whistling sound)

I hope these words will help you to boost your score and win any game of Scrabble and to learn more words or add new words to your vocabulary-learning, visit Vocabulary.com. And Don’t forget to write your feedback in the comment section below.

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